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Voices Of War~ Prison Outreach at Seattle Hempfest's 25 Year Celebration REPEAT

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This week’s award winning show will put a focus on prison outreach at the Seattle Hempfest’s 25 year celebration!  We will talk to Sharon Whitson, an organizer of the fest about prison outreach efforts and much more! At 9:30 we will talk to Craig Cecal who is serving his 15th year of his LIFE sentence for cannabis. Then, we will talk to George Martorano, a speaker at the hempfest who was recently released after serving 33 years of his LIFE sentence! At 10:00 we  will talk to Beth Curtis from LIFE FOR POT.  Jeff Mizanskey (free after 19 years) will also be calling in and speaking at the fest!  We will talk to Jeff Eichen from the LIFERS documentary, Jared Allaway from Marijuana is safer than alcohol (also a speaker at the fest) and NJ Weed man (Ed Forchion), a speaker at the fest!. Then, Tom Korby will update us on the news from Northern California!  You don’t want to miss this show!

Regular Guests include Craig Cesal (serving life in prison),George Martorano in "Gorgies Corner", Stephanie Landa (X-POW /Feedom Grow), Miggy 420, Stacey Theis,Tom Korby, Dr Allen and more! Our show brings the voices for you help you understand the trauma going on with those and those possess, sell or cultivate cannabis. Over 50 people are serving life sentences and have been in since the 80's.Through a series of shows, you will hear from their family members and the prisoners themselves. This show is an effort to remind the world of their sacrifices. Voices of Cannabis War is hosted by Kristin Flor (who's father died shackled to a bed because our plant is federally illegal), and Mindi Griffiths.  Every show is dedicated to our hero, Eugene Fischer(10/11/1940-7/7/2016).  Among so many other things, Eugene was a host of this show and a beacon of hope to many for earning his freedom after 25 years of incarceration for our plant. 

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